She Screams (1/30)

The most important thing that we need to notice is we need to figure out what the emotions could be when they make sounds. Purring and long meowing are for being happy, comfy, and satisfied with the world. What if they get angry? They don’t meow at all but yowl. Cats will emit a shriek when they are terrified. One thing that makes it difficult to recognize is when the cat is in pain. They don’t even make a single vocal, the reason is they are scared of drawing other larger animal’s attention and cats think these creatures will come to eat them.

We need to pay close attention of how they respond to us, learn more about the lovable furball’s body launguage here.

He Do A S C R E A M (6/30)

Foster Mama Telling Me All About Her Babies! (2/30)